The RCH is Victoria’s dedicated paediatric pandemic hospital and our team – like all Victorian hospitals – have prepared ourselves to respond to increased case numbers and outbreaks.
How do you express a smile when half of your face is hidden? It’s a question confronting many Melburnians living in an unfamiliar new masked reality, where the go-to gesture for putting one another at ease suddenly feels so obstructed.
National Diabetes Week runs from July 12 – 18, and this year, the focus is on raising awareness and supporting the emotional and mental health needs of people living with diabetes.
Wednesday July 15, 2020
Our Immunisation Centre team has done a great job over the past couple of months vaccinating staff, patients and families in a bid to keep our hospital flu free, but how much do we actually know about the team working tirelessly behind the scenes? This week we get to know Annie.
Seven-year-old Sam Gellie has undergone a national-first surgery at the RCH.
Coronavirus could be having an impact on the number of children treated for burns, with a spike in numbers prompting calls for increased awareness around young kids’ exposure to hot liquids.
We all know that winter can be a cold and gloomy time, but the staff in our Day Medical Unit aren’t letting the cold months get them or their patients down!
Victorian children requiring emergency care for symptoms of food allergy almost doubled in 10 years from 2005 to 2015, a study by The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) and Murdoch Children’s Research Institute has shown.
The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) Transition Support Service has been recognised nationally as setting the benchmark for excellence in healthcare, receiving the inaugural Exemplar Award from the Australian Commission of Safety and Quality Healthcare.